Andy Kline hosts.
Roblin Gray Davis talked about Saturday’s workshop for storytellers;
The Grindhouse-Liberation Film Festival at UAS was discussed;
Bob Tkacz gave a preview of his presentation for the World Affairs Council about International politics and seafood;
We heard from Kate Savage and Ron Antaya from NOAA, about their Wildlife Wednesday talk tonight at UAS;
And Sean Janes from Alaska Powder Descents highlighted tomorrow’s Juneau premiere of the latest film from Teton Gravity Research.
- Dan Henry agreed to pay more than $600,000 in restitution and serve up to two years in federal prison.
- Alaska Airlines use of the phrase "Meet our Eskimo" in its rebranding campaign has sparked a controversy and new conversation about what “Eskimo” means to Alaska Natives.
- The offer is the latest salvo in a battle between lawmakers, developers and lawyers over the price legislators agreed to for the building in 2013 during a very different fiscal climate.
- The city thinks Hecla's Greens Creek mine may be responsible. The mine says its discharges in the area meet state requirements.